Interested in Mental Health Counseling?
Are you filled with doubt and self-criticism on the inside?
Are you stressed out and anxious?
Are you lost trying to recover from disordered eating, a bad relationship with food, or poor body image?
Do you tend to put others before yourself and have difficulty believing you deserve as much as them?
Are you looking for support and coping strategies to help you balance your life?
Are you experiencing distress from trauma or mental illness?
Have you tried to solve the problems in your life and realized you need help from someone else?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, counseling is the perfect step toward healing and resolution. As licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselors, We are committed to helping you develop the skills you need to address the challenges you are currently facing.
Whether you’re dealing with anxiety, an eating disorder, lack of self-care, trauma, anger or feeling overwhelmed and distressed, it is important that you know you are not alone. There is hope! We provide a safe and non-judgmental environment for your counseling journey. We will work together to understand the root cause of your concerns and find real solutions. You deserve self-love and inner-peace!
We provide confidential and compassionate outpatient care for the following concerns:
- Individual Counseling
- Group Counseling
- Couple’s and Marital Counseling
- Women’s mental health
- Eating Disorders (If you require a higher level of care, an assessment and referral will be provided)
- Addictions and substance abuse (If you require a higher level of care, an assessment and referral will be provided)
- Low self-worth
- Pregnancy, Prenatal, Postpartum issues
- Women’s issues
- Body image
- Weight concerns
- Postpartum Depression/Anxiety
- Guilt and Shame
- Bipolar Disorder
- Sexuality concerns
- Mindfulness / Meditation
- Spirituality / faith crisis
- Chronic Pain
- Relationship concerns
- Work/Life balance
- Emotional Dysregulation
- Inner-child work
- Career or school decisions
- Achieving full recovery from an eating disorder
- Recovery from addiction
- DBT (dialectical behavior therapy)
- CBT (cognitive behavior therapy)
- EMDR (provided by Joe Dennis)
- ACT (acceptance commitment therapy)